Postponed: The Biennal Geophysical Seminar 2022

Source: press release, 26 January 2022

illustration: NPF
illustration: NPF

The Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) has announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Biennial Geophysical Seminar is postponed to 18-20 May 2022.

The Geophysical Seminar is one of NPF’s most popular conferences and there is a strong desire to physically gather in Kristiansand for both professional and social networking.

Considering the unpredictable times with respect to COVID-19, postponing the conference will increase the possibility of organising a physical conference so that all participants can gather in the beautiful venue of Kristiansand in May.

  • Confirmed keynote talks
    Machine Learning in interpretation – bridging the gap between geophysics and the interpreters, Aina Juell Bugge, AI enthusiast and geophysicist, Lundin Energy Norway
  • Next generation geophysical applications, Martin Landrø, professor in applied geophysics, NTNU and Director, Centre for Geophysical Forecasting
  • Geophysical technology evolutions: a personal journey, Robert Soubaras, Chief Geophysical Scientist, Lundin Energy Norway
  • Challenges and interpretation of OBN /Processing of data/Multi azimuths, Ross Milne, Lead Geophysicist, Aker BP
  • The role of geophysics in the CCS world: the Northern Lights example, Catalina Acuna, Exploration Geophysicist, Norske Shell

Event details, program and registration.

Contact:
Tonje Raknes, Project Manager, NPF
+47 983 06 117
tonje.raknes@npf.no